'tag' bookmarks doesn't work consistently

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Marco Polo
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'tag' bookmarks doesn't work consistently

Post by Marco Polo »

I have defined Ctrl-Shift-B bookmark for 'tag' filter like this

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search(custom) - tag:<find:>
macro - tagalias<find>
... all other fields are disabled

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tagalias:house tagalias:low tagalias:yellow
I have strange result if I use those filters in sequence - second, third macro do not remove inappropriate files from listing. The only one that realy hides files is 1st macro. Other macros for 'tag' just remove bold letter style as shown in the screenshot.

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I have forgotten about notation in angle brackets and tried to use chain of shorter keyword aliases (+: or tg:). This one bracked expression works fine for chaining several tags inside brackets and is a workaround. But several macros work wrong way.

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tagalias:<house low yellow>
Marco Polo
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Re: 'tag' bookmarks doesn't work consistently

Post by Marco Polo »

Another screenshot. Bookmarked 'tagalias' keyword works good if it is next to real 'tag' keyword (and probably any other 'real' keyword).

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One more

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NotNull
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Re: 'tag' bookmarks doesn't work consistently

Post by NotNull »

Change your bookmark search to:

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search(custom) - tag:find:
(without the <> )
Marco Polo
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Re: 'tag' bookmarks doesn't work consistently

Post by Marco Polo »

NotNull wrote: Sun May 07, 2023 2:33 pm Change your bookmark search to:

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search(custom) - tag:find:
(without the <> )
Thank you, NotNull, this variant works as expected.

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search(custom) - tag:find:
macro - tagalias<find>
void
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Re: 'tag' bookmarks doesn't work consistently

Post by void »

Thank you for the issue report Marco Polo,

Everything 1.5.0.1345a fixes an issue with subexpressions being incorrectly optimized away.
Everything was using subexpressions because find: was wrapped with < and >
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